New York's Anamanaguchi finally makes their debut with the driving and dynamic Power Supply. The fully-packed release shows a range of feelings from "putting the final blast into a robot boss" to some more heartfelt tunes — all with hyper-melodic, electric powerpop flavor. It is recommended that you sing along with the squarewaves. Please enjoy!
May 12, 2017 Subject:
First, this wasn't Anamanaguchi's "Debut" by any means, at all, in any way. They have been blowing minds and speakers alike since Scott Pilgrim, Endless Fantasy (which is my favorite cd ever,) and a slew of others inbetween (some of which are great collaborations).
They radiate passion and innocent enjoyment of digital life and music, with the tones reminiscent of the golden age of video game bit-music, while having phenomenal instrumentals chiming in with equal furor.
Endless Fantasy and Scott Pilgrim are so good, that I always fear that every album following won't be able to keep up, and yet every single time I am slapped for my doubt with phenomenal, fantastic music that simply >never< gets old.
If you love music with flying instruments and variety, with genuine emotion invested in the composition, this and all of Anamanaguchi is for you!